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inside the new republican revolution, but is it working? and what does it mean for president obama? george stephanopoulos joins us. >> announcer: from the global resources of abc news, with terry moran, martin bashir and cynthia mcfadden in new york city. this is "nightline," november 2nd, 2009. >>> good evenings are i'm terry moran. and we're going to begin tonight with the human quest for longevity and an american city testing four secrets to a longer life. it was chosen for a so-called vitality project funded by the united health foundation because it's pretty unremarkable really. because it didn't take too long before the people of albert lea, minnesota started achieving pretty remarkable results, for themselves, for their families and for the entire community. john donvan has the report. >> reporter: do you want to live a long, long time? wells are this man right here, dan buettner has traveled the world looking for the secrets to living a longer and healthier life. along the way, he met guitar-playing raphael lne in costa rica, he is 100 years old. ♪ >> reporter: ushi in ok
governor's races, beating democrats who had president obama personally campaigns for them. we ask george stephanopoulos to break down today's results. >>> plus, house of horrors. four more bodies brings the total to ten, as murder suspect and convicted rapist anthony sowell gets ready to appear in court. >> announcer: from the global resources of abc news, with terry moran, martin bashir and cynthia mcfadden in new york city, this is "nightline," november 3rd, 2009. >>> good evening, i'm terry moran. it's election day, we're going to get to that story in a minute, but first, an important investigation. it's a fightening scenario to imagine. your car begins to accelerate on its own. it is the vehicle gaining speed, and you lose control. more than 2,000 toyota owners have reported situations like this, according to one safety research expert. in some cases, it's had a deadly outcome, and despite a massive recall, some remaun unsatisfied with the company's response. our chief investigative correspondent brian ross has the report. brian? >> reporter: terry, toyota has a problem. federal high
>>> tonight on "nightline," the nation mourns. president obama leads a solemn memorial for those who lost their lives in the ft. hood massacre. and new information emerges about the suspect's religious beliefs and many missed warning signs. >>> sunny day. as the world's most iconic children's show turns 40, we'll tell you exactly how to get to sesame street, and find out the secrets of success for big bird, oscar and the whole gang. >>> plus, how not to sell your house. crime scene evidence, that kich collection. a photo shopped front lawn. why picking the wrong picture can cost you a fortune in tonight's "sign of the times." >> announcer: from the global resources of abc news, with terry moran, martin bashir and cynthia mcfadden in new york city, this is "nightline," november 10th, 2009. >>> good evening. at ft. hood today, there was solemnity and sadness as the president paid tribute to the 13 victims of last week's shooting. but there was also concern as so why the sole suspect, major nidal hasan had not been identified years earlier given his contacts with a radical cleric. t
from coast to coast celebrated today with turkey and all the fixings, as did president obama and his family at the white house. the president is poised to announce his plan for afghanistan next week, and troops there today commemorated the american holiday with a traditional meal, though far from family and friends. as did their counterparts in iraq. their work continues. >>> back at home, the holiday season punishments many people in the mood for a movie, which brings us to our first piece tonight, a look at netflix, the company that's delivered more than 2 billion disks to its mebls and been unfazed by the economic downturn. but what's next? can netflix avoid blockbuster's fate? john donvan took a look. >> reporter: strolling to the post office to cast into the roaring river of the mighty american mail system this, a netflix envelope. a bit of magic, depeing on how you look at it. tucked inside was a movie on a disc, and movies are magic, right? even if this one, the 2008 romantic comedy "forgetting sarah marshall" was a bit of a chick flick -- >> oh, god, i made her kill herself.
. >> and happy thanksgiving to you. that does look good. when we come back, we'll look at the obamas first state dinner in washington. but first, here's jimmy kimmel with what's coming up next on "jimmy kimmel live." jimmy? >> jimmy: thanks, terry. tonight, charlize theron, "dancing with the stars" winner donny osmond, wolfmother a t]t]t]t]t]t]t]t]t]t]t]t]t]t]t]t]
. >> barack obama gave his first presidential pardon today and it went to a 45-pound turkey named courage. with his daughters, the president honored the white house holiday tradition dating to 1947. of course, while turkey may be the headliner in tomorrow's feast there are plenty of other dishes that will delight the family. just ask this pioneering chef, lydia shire. that's tonight's plate list. >> i would say i'm innovative. i think, really, the artist that was my parents is really in me. i just want to be the best. i want to be the best that i can. moisture is the enemy of good gnocci. as soon as your potato is cooked, you immediately split it open. same thing with the squash. i'll take my ricer, crack one yoling into it. grated cheese. and just gently kind of roll a little log with your hands. then we cut the rounds. then, i'm going to drop them in. and look. they're rising to the top. they're barely holding together, which is what you want. and then we have our saw that we made earlier. a little freshly ground cheese. last but not least, a little white truffle. it's easy. i was marri
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